VRSE.works stopped by the office to tell us about their cutting-edge projects in the world of 360 VR. While it doesn’t yet have the reach of other digital platforms, the fact that VR allows, according to our presenters, “you to own the attention of a person for 5 minutes” means the potential for telling the stories of our clients is limitless.
VRSE has been breaking down the traditional barriers of time & space by transporting users to far-flung places – like West Africa in a project for the United Nations. VRSE has also immersed users in an otherwise impossible perspective of the familiar – like a low-flying helicopter’s view of Time’s Square in an art project they did for the New York Times.
Best practices of traditional filmmaking have been adopted, adapted or thrown out in a process of trial & error and exploration of this new medium that is developing and transforming with each new technological development.
This way to VRSE.works